Huge day of waiver activity with 32 players waived on Sunday.

Another busy day of waivers.


The NHL season is drawing ever closer with each passing day and with each passing day we are also seeing a huge number of players hit the waiver wire as teams around the league gradually trim down their rosters. Eventually we will get down to the opening night roster for each and every team around the league, but until then we are likely to continue seeing big days of waiver activity like today.

There were a number of teams who were very active today with the Montreal Canadiens, Anaheim Ducks, Tampa Bay Lightning and Calgary Flames, all putting a significant number of players on the roster but they were far from the only teams. We expect that every team will be busy with waivers in the coming week and a half before the start of the season, the question now of course is will any of today's waived players end up on a new roster by tomorrow?

Here is the full list of players waived earlier today:

Trevor Carrick (Anaheim Ducks)

Kodie Curran (Anaheim Ducks)

Brendan Guhle (Anaheim Ducks)

Vinni Lettieri (Anaheim Ducks)

Danny O'Regan (Anaheim Ducks)

Brogan Rafferty (Anaheim Ducks)

Zach Senyshyn (Boston Bruins)

Jalen Chatfield (Carolina Hurricanes)

Josh Jacobs (Carolina Hurricanes)

Nick DeSimone (Calgary Flames)

Kevin Gravel (Calgary Flames)

Matthew Phillips (Calgary Flames)

Andy Welinski (Calgary Flames)

Seth Griffin (Edmonton Oilers)

Cooper Marody (Edmonton Oilers)

Brandon Baddock (Montreal Canadiens)

Laurent Dauphin (Montreal Canadiens)

Jean-Sebastien Dea (Montreal Canadiens)

Michael McNiven (Montreal Canadiens)

Bryan Flynn (New Jersey Devils)

Robbie Russo (New Jersey Devils)

Anthony Richard (Nashville Predators)

Greg McKegg (New York Rangers)

Pontus Aberg (Ottawa Senators)

Dillon Heatherington (Ottawa Senators)

Kole Sherwood (Ottawa Senators)

Tommy Cross (St. Louis Blues)

Sean Day (Tampa Bay Lightning)

Gabriel Dumont (Tampa Bay Lightning)

Charles Hudon (Tampa Bay Lightning)

Darren Raddysh (Tampa Bay Lightning)

Axel Jonsson-Fjallby (Washington Capitals)

Stay tuned as we will be keeping you up to date on the waiver process. All of the players mentioned above will now have to pass through waivers or will be claimed by any team that puts in a claim for them. We won't know which teams have submitted a claim until Monday at noon.